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On-Campus Employment Opportunities

We know that deciding whether or not to work during the semester can be difficult. You have classes and coursework and student organizations to focus on. Fitting in one more thing can be a challenge. But on-campus employment makes it easy – and there are a ton of on-campus positions to choose from!

Employment Process

All open student on-campus positions are posted online through Workday. You must be an SNC student to apply for and be hired for these positions. 

Applying

  1. Log into Workday with the same login as your SNC email.
    • Logging into Workday requires multi-factor authentication (MFA), a cybersecurity best practice that helps SNC protect your information from unauthorized access. Workday MFA requires the Google Authenticator app. Download the free app to your smartphone from Google Play or the Apple App StoreThose without smartphones should contact ITS at servicedesk@snc.edu for assistance.
  2. Once in Workday, Click on “View All Apps.” Then, click on the “Career” icon, and “Find Student Jobs” to search for on-campus jobs.
  3. Click on the job title to view the job description, and hit “Apply” to begin the job application process (a resume is recommended).  Select “Files” to upload your resume.
  4. After submitting applications, you can see the status of your submission in the Workday Career app (click “View,” then “My Applications”). The status could be Applied, Offer or Not Selected.

Accepting a Job Offer

  1. If you are offered a position, you will receive an offer letter in your Workday inbox. The letter will include your job title, wage rate and anticipated start date. You will need to accept the offer letter in order to move the process forward.
  2. Once hired into a position, you will need to complete an I-9 form. Section 1 of the I-9 is completed online through Workday, but Section 2 must be completed in person in the Office of Career & Professional Development (Todd Wehr Hall Suite 215) with original documents that prove your identity and eligibility to work. A full list of acceptable documents can be found on the I-9. The college is required to see original documents; photocopies will not be accepted. You will not be able to submit time or be paid until this form is submitted, so please complete this within three business days after receiving the notification/task in your Workday inbox. Note: Do not start working until the I-9 form is complete.
  3. Once your hire is complete, a number of onboarding tasks will appear in your Workday inbox.

Review additional instructions for navigating the student employment site on Workday.

Benefits of On-Campus Employment

In addition to helping you earn some extra money, an on-campus job offers these key benefits:

  • It boosts your résumé and gives you hands-on experience. Develop your skills in time and financial management, organization, interpersonal communication, and more – then add these skills to your résumé. An on-campus job also will help you develop professional relationships, giving you references who will help you as you seek post-graduation work or study.

  • It’s convenient and flexible. Supervisors work around your class schedules and other commitments, understanding the need for students to be involved and engaged with life at St. Norbert. And if you live on campus, an on-campus job means you don’t need to drive or find other ways to commute to work, saving you time and money.

  • It helps you make new friends and more deeply engage with the college. On-campus employment gives you an easy way to meet other SNC students, forming lifelong connections and friendships. As a student employee, you’ll engage more deeply with the college as you contribute to campus operations and to the common good.

  • It’s safe. St. Norbert College is committed to creating a campus environment that prioritizes the well-being of all students, faculty and staff – and that includes our student workers. The college is taking a safety-first approach to in-person education and campus activities, following local, regional and CDC public-health guidelines, so you can be sure of your safety in all on-campus employment settings.

See the most up-to-date list of available openings; log in using SNC Single Sign On. Apply today for any of the roles that are of interest to you! 

Employment Process

All open student on-campus positions are posted online through Workday. You must be an SNC student to apply for and be hired for these positions. 

Applying

  1. Log into Workday with the same login as your SNC email.
    • Logging into Workday requires multi-factor authentication (MFA), a cybersecurity best practice that helps SNC protect your information from unauthorized access. Workday MFA requires the Google Authenticator app. Download the free app to your smartphone from Google Play or the Apple App StoreThose without smartphones should contact ITS at servicedesk@snc.edu for assistance.
  2. Once in Workday, Click on “View All Apps.” Then, click on the “Career” icon, and “Find Student Jobs” to search for on-campus jobs.
  3. Click on the job title to view the job description, and hit “Apply” to begin the job application process (a resume is recommended).  Select “Files” to upload your resume.
  4. After submitting applications, you can see the status of your submission in the Workday Career app (click “View,” then “My Applications”). The status could be Applied, Offer or Not Selected.

Accepting a Job Offer

  1. If you are offered a position, you will receive an offer letter in your Workday inbox. The letter will include your job title, wage rate and anticipated start date. You will need to accept the offer letter in order to move the process forward.
  2. Once hired into a position, you will need to complete an I-9 form. Section 1 of the I-9 is completed online through Workday, but Section 2 must be completed in person in the Office of Career & Professional Development (Todd Wehr Hall Suite 215) with original documents that prove your identity and eligibility to work. A full list of acceptable documents can be found on the I-9. The college is required to see original documents; photocopies will not be accepted. You will not be able to submit time or be paid until this form is submitted, so please complete this within three business days after receiving the notification/task in your Workday inbox. Note: Do not start working until the I-9 form is complete.
  3. Once your hire is complete, a number of onboarding tasks will appear in your Workday inbox.

Review additional instructions for navigating the student employment site on Workday.

Benefits of On-Campus Employment

In addition to helping you earn some extra money, an on-campus job offers these key benefits:

  • It boosts your résumé and gives you hands-on experience. Develop your skills in time and financial management, organization, interpersonal communication, and more – then add these skills to your résumé. An on-campus job also will help you develop professional relationships, giving you references who will help you as you seek post-graduation work or study.

  • It’s convenient and flexible. Supervisors work around your class schedules and other commitments, understanding the need for students to be involved and engaged with life at St. Norbert. And if you live on campus, an on-campus job means you don’t need to drive or find other ways to commute to work, saving you time and money.

  • It helps you make new friends and more deeply engage with the college. On-campus employment gives you an easy way to meet other SNC students, forming lifelong connections and friendships. As a student employee, you’ll engage more deeply with the college as you contribute to campus operations and to the common good.

  • It’s safe. St. Norbert College is committed to creating a campus environment that prioritizes the well-being of all students, faculty and staff – and that includes our student workers. The college is taking a safety-first approach to in-person education and campus activities, following local, regional and CDC public-health guidelines, so you can be sure of your safety in all on-campus employment settings.

See the most up-to-date list of available openings; log in using SNC Single Sign On. Apply today for any of the roles that are of interest to you! 

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